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There are many types of distractions behind the wheel.

Music. Food. Pets. Work. Talkative passengers. But in today's hyper-connected world, our cell phones are always with us—demanding our visual, manual and mental attention in a way that makes them the biggest distraction of all.

Did you know that talking on your phone behind the wheel quadruples your risk of a crash?

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Ending distracted driving starts with you.

One of the best ways to end distracted driving is to end the distraction, starting from outside the car. As soon as you realize you’re talking to a driver, take action – hold the conversation for a safer time.

Learn more about the campaign or download tools to help spread the word where you work, study or worship. Share your commitment to distraction-free driving with your friends on Facebook by clicking on a fact below.

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***Source: Harvard study, 2009 | **Source: Distraction.gov | *Source: Virginia Tech study, 2009

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